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Darryl Hill is a Senior Program Officer on the K-12 team at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In this role, he focuses on leading measurement, learning, and evaluation efforts for the Networks for School Improvement portfolio. Previously, Hill served as Assistant Superintendent for School Accountability and Governance at Fulton County Schools in Atlanta, GA. In this role, he lead the efforts to improve the district’s use of data and analysis to inform policy decisions and accountability and had oversight of several departments, including strategic planning, research and evaluation, school governance and flexibility, assessment, accountability, and charter schools. Hill also has experience as the Director of Performance Strategy and Analytics for the Wake County Public School System in Raleigh, NC, where he conducted various program evaluations, including randomized control trials and quasi-experimental evaluations. Hill holds a doctorate in Education Policy, Leadership, and Instructional Practice and a master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from Harvard University in addition to an MBA, Master of Education, and bachelor’s degrees in psychology and business administration from Florida A&M University.